LINDY HOP
The grandaddy of all Swing Dances. It developed in the Harlem Ballrooms during the Harlem Renaissance out of the Charleston. A true American Dance that now has received worldwide resurgence since the 1990’s and is bringing traditional Swing Music and Swing Dance back to it’s full glory of it’s day. (Sample Jonathan Stout Campus Five)
 
COLLEGIATE SHAG
This swing dance developed in the early 1930’s and uses lots of kick steps and is danced close
and breaks away from you partner. It has regained huge popularity around the globe. 
Just right for that great medium or fast song that is playing next!
 
BALBOA SWING
This swing dance developed in Southern California in the mid 1930’s and is a smooth version of
the shag. It has a smooth feel and is danced close to your partner (Pure
Balboa) and has some break away steps  after
swing steps were added to the dance in the late 1930’s (Balboa Swing). 
 
CHARLESTON CIRCLE
A combination of Charleston and Boogie Boogie Steps lead by a leader and allows everybody to jump in danced to an upbeat song like a Charleston or any other high energy song everybody get’s a feel of what it feels like to dance “To the Music”
 
TWO STEP WESTERN SWING
Stride on that local Dance Hall floor in comfort, leading your partner through moving and turning patterns. Learn to lead, follow and dance to a song comfortably, after one class. The two-step is just an easy way to start
dancing. Once you get it, you got it. 
All ages. No partner needed.
 
 
SHIM SHAM SHIMMY
The Swing Dancers line dance. Everybody is welcome. This fun line dance is also done all around
the world. 
Come join us for four sections with Boogie Woogie steps
to finish it off.
 
JITTERBUG STROLL 
Great starter Swing Line dance. This fun line dance is known all around the world.
Originally Choreographed by dancer and choreographer Ryan Francois from London, Frankie
Manning’s prodigy, well known for his work in the early renaissance of Swing in
the 1980’s and 1990’s and his work on and off broadway
and TV appearances such as Dancing with the Stars. Fun for all, no partner
needed, great Swing Line Dance
The Jitterbug Stroll is danced to the “Woodchoppers Ball” by Woody Herman.
 
 
SWING JUNCTION FLEX PASS
Buy your Flex Pass Punch Card at the door with 4 classes for $50 p/p or 8 classes for $90 (includes Wednesday
dances). You will be punched only for the classes you take!